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Tropicana50

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After reading over many threads about the disgust at the removal of the quick spin option for the UK market we put together a little project for fun that allows you to turn the quick spin option back on for many different providers.

Normally we are all for regulation and agree to the decisions made but this recent change has forced players into using VPNs and playing on multiple casinos concurrently to try and circumvent the restrictions. This not only makes the decision to limit quick spins bizarre but also less responsible. It has also angered a lot of the slot community that they have added restrictions with no ability at all to turn them off.

If you guys want to check out the project you can do so at **snip** Our code is totally open source and not monetized in any way so if any of you are interested in building on it then feel free. Happy slotting!
 
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danofthewibble

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Aye. It’s an annoying change, but if you hit a massive win and the casino can find one thing which shows you’ve altered the gameplay, they’re not going to pay you. And they’re going to have a record of every spin you did - if they’re too close together, and it’s every spin, they’re going to know you’ve done something to their code.
 

danofthewibble

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I’d also take issue in that it claims not to violate any terms. It’s a clear breach of c3 in the L&L terms, for instance -

  1. Players that open a casino Account at allbritishcasino.com and who start playing in the casino, agree with these General Terms and Conditions and thereby confirm that they:
    • do not act in the interest of a third party or play under your own affiliate account;
    • will not use bots, robots, spyware or any other software program to play or predict any casino game offered;
    • will not use masking techniques or use VPN and proxy servers during the registration of the casino account.
    • do not play with money or resources derived from criminal activities or criminality as such;
    • do not use credit cards if they are a player from the United Kingdom;
    • do not use bank Accounts, debit cards or any other payment method of which they do not hold the right of using or have not been attributed user rights thereto;
    • will not try to hack the website, games, or any other element of allbritishcasino.com and also will not misuse any of the program code in any other way;
    • do not take part in, or organize possible penal activities that harm allbritishcasino.com, L&L Europe Ltd or any of its subsidiary companies and/or players.
  2. If a player acts in deviation of the rules under 3.1, 3.2, and 3.3, L&L Europe Ltd shall close down the Account and confiscate all remaining balances on the said Account. Such action shall be without prejudice to L&L Europe Ltd’s right to pursue other legal measures to recover any outstanding damages or debts due to L&L Europe Ltd.

More concerningly, the code is being used to circumvent a licence obligation, which both the game provider and casino could face fines for if they are seen to allow it.

High risk. Don’t try.
 

colinsunderland

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After reading over many threads about the disgust at the removal of the quick spin option for the UK market we put together a little project for fun that allows you to turn the quick spin option back on for many different providers.

Normally we are all for regulation and agree to the decisions made but this recent change has forced players into using VPNs and playing on multiple casinos concurrently to try and circumvent the restrictions. This not only makes the decision to limit quick spins bizarre but also less responsible. It has also angered a lot of the slot community that they have added restrictions with no ability at all to turn them off.

If you guys want to check out the project you can do so at **snip** Our code is totally open source and not monetized in any way so if any of you are interested in building on it then feel free. Happy slotting!

I like what you've done, but do you actually have confirmation from casinos it breaks no terms?
You are forcing a casino to breach it's LCCP by enabling quickspins, I'm not too sure they will take that lightly.

Edit: Beaten to it by @danofthewibble
 
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pinnit2014

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Have casino's not voided (or tried to) winnings for folk using an auto mouse clicker?

Struggling, like above, to see how this doesn't break the regulations and/or risk players losing their winnings?

Unless i'm missing something, it appears irresponsible at best.

I'd rather slow click and get my winnings than go faster and have nothing tbh.
 

Tropicana50

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Hey guys,

Thanks for all of your feedback, its really helpful to get input with little projects like this.

Our intention was to build a cool tool that could get players back to playing the slots how they did before. Based on what we had been reading on forums players seem frustrated with the blocks put in place.

We have been testing the tool ourselves on several different casinos and had no issues with our withdrawl process. We read over several different terms and couldnt find anything that would of blocked the tool. That being said we don't want any players to risk their withdrawals at all so it may not be one of our best ideas.

Ah well. It was a fun little project and proof of concept to build! Hope everyone here at CM has a great Christmas!

- T
 

danofthewibble

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Hey guys,

Thanks for all of your feedback, its really helpful to get input with little projects like this.

Our intention was to build a cool tool that could get players back to playing the slots how they did before. Based on what we had been reading on forums players seem frustrated with the blocks put in place.

We have been testing the tool ourselves on several different casinos and had no issues with our withdrawl process. We read over several different terms and couldnt find anything that would of blocked the tool. That being said we don't want any players to risk their withdrawals at all so it may not be one of our best ideas.

Ah well. It was a fun little project and proof of concept to build! Hope everyone here at CM has a great Christmas!

- T

Aye - I don’t wish to do down the work you’ve done, but equally I don’t think you’d want someone losing out on thousands in good faith :)
 

electronictonic

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Good idea but we will have 2 choices soon

1. Bitcoin casinos.
2. For example send money to a friend in Malta via Paypal, he withdraws to his bank and deposits that amount to one of the casinos he is signed upto then he creates a remote desktop connection to his PC and you play through his PC, then when you are done disconnect and he can withdraw any winnngs to his bank like normal, then send you it on Paypal minus his fee for granting access, could be quite a lucrative venture for those who are in that position.
 

johnnymcc1966

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I think the compromise here in the UK would be quicker spins as the current 2.5 or 3.5 second limit is just too slow whereas the previous quick spin options could be ridiculously fast and just a waste of money. I'd certainly like to have faster spins but not stupidly fast as designed for streamers to lose their money quicker. Most of us have a small budget and like our money to last but the current spin limit is just too slow even for a small bettor like me.
 

09237653

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I didn't tend to use turbo play much so the removal is not a big loss to me and echoing other posters I would not risk modifying the client as it almost certainly breaks terms of any casino.
 

shadow123

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Auto clickers are only useful for games which have had the auto play function removed (no idea why)
Been using them for ages and had no payout problems.They dont speed up the spin cycle of the games
as the start button is only enabled every 3 seconds or longer.
 

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It’s a pain for some people no quick spin but it has brought me back to why I started in the first place, hitting spin watch the reels colours animations whatever hoping for that one life changing hit! Very unlikely if not impossible but one can live in hope
 

Gaz237

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Good idea but we will have 2 choices soon

1. Bitcoin casinos.
2. For example send money to a friend in Malta via Paypal, he withdraws to his bank and deposits that amount to one of the casinos he is signed upto then he creates a remote desktop connection to his PC and you play through his PC, then when you are done disconnect and he can withdraw any winnngs to his bank like normal, then send you it on Paypal minus his fee for granting access, could be quite a lucrative venture for those who are in that position.

That's a hell of a lot of ball ache just for slightly quicker spins.

Would need to hope he is a real good friend if you won big on HIS account.
 

electronictonic

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That's a hell of a lot of ball ache just for slightly quicker spins.

Would need to hope he is a real good friend if you won big on HIS account.

I mean the way the UKGC is strangling the UK market generally this will be the choices not for faster spins, just for those that long for the good old days, I said it back in 2016 I said in the next few years after they have finished strangling the casinos and most of them leave the UK all that will be left is the big bookmakers and it's getting closer to that with each passing day.
 

colinsunderland

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Hey guys,

Thanks for all of your feedback, its really helpful to get input with little projects like this.

Our intention was to build a cool tool that could get players back to playing the slots how they did before. Based on what we had been reading on forums players seem frustrated with the blocks put in place.

We have been testing the tool ourselves on several different casinos and had no issues with our withdrawl process. We read over several different terms and couldnt find anything that would of blocked the tool. That being said we don't want any players to risk their withdrawals at all so it may not be one of our best ideas.

Ah well. It was a fun little project and proof of concept to build! Hope everyone here at CM has a great Christmas!

- T
I've tested it on Coral and Unibet. Coral it worked, also seemed to remove the loss limit setting requirement and changed the number of autospin settings, (PnG), usually we see 20 35 50 75 100, but it just had 20 50 100

Didn't work at all on Unibet.

Nicely done though.
 

Tropicana50

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seen to allow it.
I've tested it on Coral and Unibet. Coral it worked, also seemed to remove the loss limit setting requirement and changed the number of autospin settings, (PnG), usually we see 20 35 50 75 100, but it just had 20 50 100

Didn't work at all on Unibet.

Nicely done though.
Hey Colin,

Thanks for the test. Which games/providers were you playing on Unibet that were not working? We can try and get that fixed up for you. Appreciate the feedback.

- T
 

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My quick answer? Please don't do it.

Please don't do anything that can put you at loggerheads with the Operator. If the rules from the Regulatory Authority (MGA / UKGC / etc) state that this should not be available for XYZ users, then clearly it should not be available for XYZ user :)

If it is caught or detected, the Casino has no real choice but to close your account down and possibly also confiscate your balance for using something that "manipulated the casino, in fact most casinos have something against the use of 3rd party software to
gamble on their website.

You need to keep in mind that if the Casino gets audited (which is an annual thing) and your account is spotted to have had any sort of manipulation on it. The Casino might get a warning from the regulator for something it doesn't deserve to get.

In the case of LV BET, we do have something in our T&C regarding software manipulation of anything on our website. And I'm pretty sure others have to, but it might be legally worded in a different way :)


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@colinsunderland even mentioned that apparently it displayed the loss limit options on the game differently? Which means it managed to change the core functionality of what should be shown and used by a UK user.

Personally, as someone who's worked in the Fraud Department, please don't do this.

Kind Regards,
Tyler
 
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